Today’s Manx Independent is full of the latest news from the TT Races.
It also reports on an incident at the fun fair on the promenade, which is now being investigated by health and safety bosses.
In the sports section, we have the race reports and in news tributes to those who died during the races.
Also this week:
Two dead cows are spotted in Peel bay. We have photos.
It’s the end of an era as a stallholder at Douglas market prepares to quit. He doesn’t want to.
We have a full report on the two people who appeared in court after walking on the TT course when it was closed.
A D-Day veteran prepares to mark the 70th anniversary of the Allied invasion of France.
Castletown Commissioners discuss their tactics over the proposal to change Callow’s Yard.
Douglas wheelie bins are going to get microchips.
The latest from Sweden and the Ellan Vannin team’s progress there.
The paper includes your seven-day television guide, the Isle of Man’s What’s On guide and your points of view in your letters.
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